It makes use of SVG or VML as backend (making use of Raphael JS library) and it really works throughout all main browsers.
You need to use it aspect by aspect with some other library you want, like JQuery or MooTools.
When writing configuration, you’ll have to specify key frames with desired attributes (like opacity or place) and that’s the reason Slide Panel is so versatile. It is possible for you to to create very personalized slides with many transitions results, like scaling, altering place, rotation or shade.
What’s extra, it is possible for you to to create occasion handlers for any object, e.g. for occasions like “onmouseover”.
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